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Huge-O-Records

The Huge-O-Records building in Danville.

Huge-O-Records is a recording label located in downtown Danville. Judging by the number of gold records in their offices, they are very successful producers. Employee Ben Baxter offered the Phineas and the Ferb-Tones a deal for a follow-up single to their hit, Gitchee Gitchee Goo but they declined following a Diva tantrum. Huge-O-Records previously signed Lindana in the 1980's. ("Flop Starz")

Background InformationEdit

The name Huge-O-Records is most likely a reference to both Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh's earlier work together directing the Nickelodeon cartoon Rocko's Modern Life.

Many of the locations in the television show have the letter "O" in their name, such as O-Town and Conglom-O. When asked about the use of "O" in his show, (creator Joe) Murray said,

"I always got a big kick out of the businesses that were 'House-O-Paint', or 'Ton-O-Noodles', because their names seemed to homogenize what they sold, and strip the products of true individuality and stress volume ... and we all know, the American dream is volume! So what better company to create volume than 'Conglom-O', and since a majority of the town worked at Conglom-O, it should be called 'O' Town. I also wanted the town to be 'anytown' USA, and I used to love sports players with a big ZERO on their back. It was funny to me." (Wikipedia article on Rocko's Modern Life)


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